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Health Ireland Survey 2017

Department of Health (RoI) Smoking, Alcohol, Diet, Nutrition, Weight, Active Travel, Health Behaviour, Young People, Sexual Health, Health Service Utilisation, Antibiotics, Breastfeeding This report provides an overview of results from the third wave of t ...

HIV in Ireland 2017. Findings from the National HIV knowledge and attitudes survey 2017 and People living with HIV stigma survey 2017. Summary report.

This research contains data from two surveys; the first is the National HIV Attitudes and Knowledge Survey and the second is the People Living with HIV Stigma Survey. These two surveys present us with valuable insights into the views and attitudes of the ...

Cancer Incidence trends to 1993-2013 with projections to 2035

Monitoring trends in cancer incidence is essential if high quality cancer services are to be maintained and resourced. Trends for all cancers (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer- NMSC) along with the most common cancers are analysed in detail. Additionall ...

Rotunda Hospital. Clinical report 2015.

. The Rotunda Hospital Hepatitis The DOVE clinic was set up to look after the specific needs of women who have or are at risk of blood and sexually transmitted bacterial and viral infections. This could be through drug use, unprotected sex, or any contact ...

Alcohol and digestive cancers across Europe: time for change.

. United European Gastroenterology Alcohol Consumption, Liver Cancer The European region has the highest levels of alcohol consumption in the world, with one fifth of the population aged 15 and above drinking heavily at least once a week. As a result, the ...

Risks of Breast, Ovarian, and Contralateral Breast Cancer for BRCA1 and BRCA2 Mutation Carriers

Question  What are the breast and ovarian cancer risks for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation carriers and are they related to family history of cancer and mutation position? Findings  From a prospective cohort of 9856 mutation carriers, mainly ascertained through ...

Roll your own cigarettes in Ireland: key patterns and trends.

The findings of new research provide an insight into RYO (Roll your own) smoking consumption patterns in Ireland. It provides the first detailed examination of RYO consumption from the HSEâ?Ts National Tobacco Control Office monthly survey of smoking prev ...

Health technology assessment (HTA) of smoking cessation interventions.

The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) carried out a health technology assessment (HTA) of smoking cessation interventions in Ireland to examine the clinical effectiveness, safety and cost-effectiveness of smoking cessation interventions, as ...

Diet, nutririon, physical activity and breast cancer

As part of the Continuous Update Project (CUP) â?" our ongoing programme to analyse global research on how diet, nutrition, physical activity and weight affect cancer risk and survival â?" we have analysed worldwide research to produce our repor ...

Irreversible electroporation for treating pancreatic cancer

Evidence-based recommendations on irreversible electroporation for treating pancreatic cancer. This involves inserting special needles into the tumour in the pancreas. Short electrical pulses of a high voltage current are then passed through the needles. ...

Accelerating Cancer Research- A strategy for collaboration between cancer research funders in the UK (2017-22)

Over the last 40 years cancer survival rates have more than doubled. Today, one in two people diagnosed with cancer will live for more than 10 years.1 Lives are being transformed. This is thanks to improvements in early diagnosis and treatment, coupled wi ...

Tobacco Free Ireland annual report 2015.

A high level action plan for Tobacco Free Ireland was published in March 2015. One of the actions committed the Department of Healthâ?Ts Tobacco and Alcohol Control Unit (DOH TACU) to publish an annual report on the implementation of the actions outlined. ...

HIV in Ireland 2011 report.

. Health Protection Surveillance Centre Communic\able Disease 320 people were newly diagnosed with HIV in 2011 (crude incidence rate of 7.0 per 100,000 population). 5.0% of new diagnoses were among Injecting Drug Users (IDUs) Chronic Conditions Conditions ...

Effectiveness of tax and price policies for tobacco control.

. IARC Working Group on the Effectiveness of Tax and Price Policies for Tobacco Control Tobacco Control IARC Handbook Volume 14 presents an evidence-­based evaluation of the literature published up to May 2010 on the effectiveness of tax and price policies ...

Smoke-free spaces on the island of Ireland.

Reducing second-hand smoke (SHS) exposure has become a central component of tobacco control policies across the island of Ireland. The expansion of smoke-free spaces directly reduces exposure of children and adults and further denormalises tobacco use in ...

Tobacco Free Ireland Annual Report 2015

15.3.2017 Tobacco Free Ireland, the report of the Tobacco Policy Review Group, was endorsed by Government, and published in October 2013. It builds on existing tobacco control policies and legislation already in place in this country, and sets a target fo ...

Hair Dyes and Cancer Risk factsheet

Many people in the United States and Europe use hair dyes. It is estimated that more than one-third of women over age 18 and about 10% of men over age 40 use some type of hair dye. National Cancer Institute Hair colourubg Many people in the United States ...

Adult smoking habits in the UK: 2015

Cigarette smoking among adults including the proportion of people who smoke including demographic breakdowns, changes over time, and e-cigarettes.   Office for National Statistics Tobacco, Smoking Cigarette smoking among adults including the proportion of ...

National Cancer Registry Ireland- Cancer Trends

This is the second trends report NCRI has published on childhood cancers, updating a previous report covering 1994-20111. To facilitate summary of the amount and complexity of material included, presentation and layout has been in general retained from th ...

Understanding GP attitudes to cancer preventing drug

Around four in 10 cases of cancer could be prevented in the UK, largely through lifestyle changes. In addition, chemoprevention â?" the use of cancer-preventing drugs â?" has the potential to save many lives by stopping cancer developing in the ...

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